Waterloo, Ontario — Sept. 4
Axonify has announced the launch of its next generation e-learning platform, designed to change the way employees learn, retain and apply knowledge in the workplace.
Axonify aims to reinforce critical learning by delivering bite-sized content on a daily basis and using game mechanics and brain science to drive engagement and real learning transfer.
The latest version of the software platform aims to expanded gaming and reward elements, deepened cognitive science to drive effectiveness, and improved scale, flexibility and ease of use for the large customers comprising Axonify’s target markets.
With Axonify, employees receive personalized training every day in the form of two to three targeted questions via any Web-enabled device, including mobile, tablet and point of sale system.
Questions are repeated over time to reinforce concepts, and retention is measured every time. When an employee demonstrates a knowledge gap, he or she receives a short training burst. The entire experience takes about a minute a day.
The new features aim to be:
Fun and rewarding: Game mechanics are used to deliver questions in interesting, fun and engaging ways. They not only aim to increase participation, but accelerate employee learning.
Personalized: Axonify continually analyzes what every employee remembers. Questions are repeated in different ways until a high level of retention is applied.
Measurable: Axonify ties training outcomes to specific financial results. Participation levels and question success metrics are correlated by person, location, job title, etc. Results are tied to metrics such as safety incidents, shrink and sales revenue.
Flexible: Training teams can update and manage content, allowing them to respond and target new learning areas. Location or role specific needs are also easily accommodated.
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